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The Adelaide Hills Council is urging residents
management plan for the region.
The survey is being conducted by the Adelaide Mt
which is made up of relevant representatives from
State Government departments and agencies,
local councils and the community.
and 30 minutes to complete, depending on the
amount of information provided.
The survey can be accessed online at the
council’s website or the CFS website.
Hard copies are also available at council service
centres in Stirling, Woodside and Gumeracha.
The deadline for submissions is 5pm on
TOWN CENTRE DISCUSSED
general meeting of 2015 to discuss the Mt Barker
Town Centre Land Strategy.
Details of the strategy were kept behind closed
doors because the council deemed that making
the information public could prejudice its
The strategy involves an undeveloped block of
land, owned by Woolworths, between Druids
Avenue and Morphett, Hutchinson and Stephen
Council chief executive Andrew Stuart told The
Courier in October he hoped the council would
secure all or part of the land to create a town
a contract for the sale and purchase of the
Woolworths land has been executed by council”,
or on September 7, whichever is sooner.
FINANCIAL PLAN DRAFTED
Alexandrina Council residents have the chance
to provide feedback on the council’s draft Long
Term Financial and Infrastructure and Asset
for the next 10 years and include proposed capital
works and major projects worth a total of $159m.
Draft copies of both plans are available on the
council’s website and residents will be able to
share their feedback by making a representation
to council on February 15, completing the
by voting online to help prioritise community
innovation projects at http://bit.ly/1RFxSiA.
The Adelaide Hills Council Development
Assessment Panel considered 42 planning
applications between June and December last
Only four were refused, six applications
were deferred for further information and
three decisions were not in line with the
recommendations of council planning staff.
The activities of the panel were outlined in a report
tabled to elected members this week from the
panel’s presiding member Iris Iwanicki.
Dr Iwanicki also spoke about the State
Government’s proposed reforms to the planning
She said all members supported the current
panel structure of independent specialists and
members and conversely elected members
become familiar with planning legislation and can
apply that knowledge in their council activities
elected members from positions of legal
responsibility when acting under the auspices of
A number of Mt Barker Councillors have been
appointed to various committees and community
groups, following the supplementary election in
New north ward councillor Debs Buchmann
will join the Community Grants Assessment
Committee, Nairne Oval Committee, and the
Nairne Institute and Nairne Market groups.
Cr Susan Hamilton will sit on the Audit Committee,
while Cr Harry Seager will also join the Nairne
By Rhody Gleeson
expected to cruise past
the Strathalbyn oval
this Sunday to see the
very best of Australia’s
history at the Cars of
The motoring event is
hosted by the Strathalbyn
Auto Collectors Club and
will focus on Australian
made cars with visitors
able to view everything
from the classic 1948
Holden FX right up to the
flashy modern HSV Maloo.
Liebelt said the show
would feature more than
vehicles for fans to enjoy
as well as food and drink
stalls and entertainment
for the kids.
Our cars on show at Strathalbyn
Homegrown automobiles will go on show at Strathalbyn on Sunday.
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